Techniques and Abbreviations for Knitting

Do you want to learn how to Techniques and Abbreviations for Knitting? Here you will learn how to do it step by step.

Hi there, here at Crochet fashion you will find great tutorials, in the last tutorial we teach the How to Holding Needles and Yarn when Knitting (see more) and if you like the first tutorial you will love this tutorial of how to Techniques and Abbreviations for Knitting.

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In today’s fast-paced world, the return of a leisurely and productive hobby like knitting is a pleasant surprise. However, the new generation of knitters looks nothing like the images of yesteryear, don’t compare them to the man of the Middle Ages knitting in his quarters to help maintain his blood pressure or a child learning to knit in school to improve. hand and eye coordination.

If you want to get on the knitting bandwagon, this step-by-step tutorial designed for beginners will get you started in this art.

In this article you will learn how to knit some techniques with description and photo tutorial see below the summary:

  • Making a slip knot
  • casting on (cable method)
  • Knit Stitch (US/UK style and Continental Style)
  • Purl Stitch (US/UK style and Continental Style)
  • Binding (Casting) Off
  • Picking up stitches
    Along a row-end edge
    Along a cast-on or bound-(cast)off edge
  • Slipping Stitches
  • Yarnover(Yo)
  • Increase
    Increase on a Knit row(INC)
    Increase on a purl row(INC PWISE)
    Make one stitch (M1)
  • Decrease
    Knit two together (K2TOG)
    Purl two together (P2TOG)
    Slip one, Knit one, Pass the slipped stitch over (SKPO)
    Slip, slip, knit (SSK)
  • Mattress stitch on row-end edges
    Mattress stitch on cast on and bound-(cast) off edges
  • Flat Stitch
  • Stranding changing color on a knit row
  • Charging color on a purl row
    On the right side
    On the wrong side
  • Knitted loops
  • Embroidery stitches
    Chain Stitch
    Straight Stitch
    French Knot
  • Sewing Seams
    Sewing in ends
    Kitchener Stitch

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